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Azure Power Fully Commissions Its 90 MW Solar Project in Assam

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Azure Power, India’s leading provider of sustainable energy solutions and a major producer of renewable power, announced the successful commissioning of its Assam 90 MW solar power plant, which is the largest in the state.

The state’s 90-MW capacity is distributed across four districts: Udalguri, Kamrup, Nagaon and Cachar. The project was completed in phases. The final 25 MW were commissioned in Cachar. Assam Power Distribution Company Limited is receiving the power generated by this plant under a long-term 25-year PPA at INR 3.34 (US 4.4% cents) per KWh.

Azure Power now has an operational capacity of more than 2,900 MW high-performing renewable energy assets in India.

“We are extremely proud of all our teams, especially those at the site. They have displayed tremendous dedication, and tenacity in the face of considerable execution challenges. The project will go a long way in meeting India’s clean energy objectives,” said Pawan Kumar Agrawal, CFO, Azure Power.

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“Government of Assam has the vision to transform Assam into a sustainably developed state by 2030. Our project is a step forward in fulfilling this vision of the Government. In addition to meeting sustainability targets of the state, our project will also help in creating sustainable ecosystem by generating employment and revenue opportunities for local population,” added Pawan.

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